Historical documents: from the Council of Europe concerning unlawful arrests of terror suspects and UK Ministry of Defence Manual of Security

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Historical documents:

- Council of Europe: Report by the Secretary General on the use of his powers under Article 52 of the European Convention on Human Rights, in the light of reports suggesting that individuals, notably persons suspected of involvement in acts of terrorism, may have been arrested and detained, or transported while deprived of their liberty, by or at the instigation of foreign agencies, with the active or passive co-operation of States Parties to the Convention or by States Parties themselves at their own initiative, without such deprivation of liberty having been acknowledged (28 February 2006, pdf)

- UK: Ministry of Defence: The Defence Manual of Security Volumes 1, 2 and 3 Issue 2 (2001) (36 MB, pdf, link) but see: Extract: Non Traditional Threats Posed by Other Individuals or Organisations (pdf) including investigative journalists and pressure groups.

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